Under the new scheme Osteopaths must do 90 hours of CPD in total (including at least 45 hours learning with others) over three years. The new scheme was developed in partnership with osteopaths, osteopathic organisations and patients, and has engagement, support and community at its heart. While the scheme builds on what osteopaths are already… Read more »
The College of Chiropractors provides resources and support for CPD, including the provision of statutory postgraduate training on behalf of the GCC.
The GCC requires members to complete 30 hours of CPD each year as a condition of registration. 15 hours of this must include learning with others. Chiropractors will need to keep records of how they have met the 30 hour requirement and their learning cycles. Chiropractors will need to complete a summary sheet each year… Read more »
In order to remain on the register, all CNHC registered practitioners are required to participate in CPD, which is defined as “a range of learning activities through which professionals grow and develop throughout their careers to ensure that they retain their capacity to practise safely, effectively and legally within their evolving scope of practice”. The… Read more »
The enhanced CPD scheme started on January 2018 for dentists and will be starting on 1 August 2018 for dental care professionals. The main changes to the scheme are: The requirement for all dental professionals to have a personal development plan (PDP); An increase in the number of verifiable hours for most professional titles and the requirement… Read more »
The BDA provides support for CPD, for example through its CPD Planner, which helps individuals plan and assess their learning needs and record their CPD activities.